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I ID i lj TUESDAT JULY 21 IDOL IDOLFair
e U Fair f and warmer today tod y and tomorrow tomorrowwest tomorrowest
west winds windsVOL wmdsVOL m0T m0TVOL
VOL UXNO 324 NEW YORK TUESDAY JULY 21 2 1 190 19Ocorit 0 oCJlIihl < > W < C 1003 too < bu i y W Bill Pmttng irinin and atu FvbKiMna pvbuahngAuocatkn Awociatlan Auoe llon PRICE TWO CENTS
BOLT j STRIKES 20 CHILDREN CHILDRENIIIKY
IIIKY WERE Hill ILAVINa VNDER VNDERHIC fVDlmIIIG lXDEBBIG
HIC TIllS IV V THE BRONX IIRONXMnr llRlJNXtnl BRONXfliiriieil
Mnr tnl Hunted nml Mcl Iarll Blind for a Time TimeID nllleh
h I ID Lightning and Clothing Iotlllnl Turn From FromOne Fromlti 1001 1001filiI
One lti The lie Storm Started Starllclln In New lemey lemeynnil JcreyiiiiI Irsl
nnil Took i ok Tornado Track Ira rRekllall Hall Falls FallsTwenty Fallsrnty alls allsT
Twenty T ntr children plnyintf under tree In Ina
a yard lIrd of one on of I thl ho finest residences 1lIldel in inth inth inth
th IVdford Park section of Thu Th Bronx Bronxwen DronxlIer Bronxwer
wen truck t rud down yesterday afternoon by bya
a bolt of o f lightning Ii light hlllng ning tho opening Rim of ofthf orth ofth
th thf siirpMt arp t storm that has hit tI that sec section sectIrfl ec ectloll ¬
tion in ninr Olll titni titniTim tllllTII t hIfllIii
Tim TII l holt iH stunned every nun of the scoro scoroof seoruf seoroor
of f playmates IlalI1n burnid nine III lit of them severely severelyand lvcrolyalld evcreIya
and a nd ore or the th t liii ilothes I Iot Iio completely cotzipItt iy off thirtecn thirtecnyearold IhlrllclIiIIold I lirt ecn ecnVilhiam
yearold iIIold William Willi a III McComb lcC 1cCoit > mh eon 0I1 of William Wl1llamJ VIllfamlornb
1 Mtomb tho lie superintendent of tho thobuilding thohuilIillj thoIflhihlilg
building firm of Sloano Moller at 328 328Kast 328Eint i28EIIt
Kast SiMyfoiirth fiiwt fiiwtThe ftltTh tretl
The Th l h children wore Pre playing In Mr MrMcCombs 11 11kll11b 1r 1rmI
McCombs kll11b mI riir yard lIr When the shadow shadowof ha Iindowof ow owof
of the tti approaching shower darkened the thesxy they
sxy s y the tli group gathered athrrcd under two trees treesthat UlCRIhat Ileesthat
that rtnnd in the back yard ynrrla a big chestnut chestnutami chffilnutnJ1
ami 1 larger oak which grew up by chance chancehardly chancf1h chancehardly
hardly h rdlv fix I feot apart apartWhile apnrtWhilr apartVhik
While Whilr the children hU len were playing they theyn
n ere rI r being lill watched more or lens by their theirtmrMitc theirl1r theirall
tmrMitc l1r nl nil of whom live Ii near the McCombs McCombsThey McCombllTh MoCombThey
They Th rlo rl r I o hid two other Ct her interested spec spectators spectaloN lpeet1tor ¬
taloN t1tor Fathers Daniel F X Burke nnd nndPnttiTii nndrallt andpnttii
PnttiTii of orth the ti Homnn Catholic Church of ofsi orSf ofPhillI
si Philip Non right serous the way The ThepriMn Therr Therrils
priMn rr rl had been drawn to the window by byHie hyfli byflip
flip fli hapny laughter of the children childrendue
due lw fl > of l he h girls in the t hn party Carrie Tobias Tobiaswon TobinII
won II a as N tting in illihe the swing that was 01 suspended suspendedfiTm RUflpllldfetofrm
fiTm a branch of the chest chmtnut nut tree trfennd nnd the therent Ihflrr therest
rent rr I of the group were swinging Iwlngini her herWith hplWilh herVth
With not a raindrop rindrop nn a I warnIng the themil theIOl thet
mil IOl tlien I hf1 struck t ruell fairly falrl in il the t he centre ctnt 10 o oHP 0II 0r 0rne
HP II crowd of childen ehidrl The priests < who whowero whoII whoOP
wero II OP I almost lml 1 blinded bln NI by the Ih flash fnshIay tlasIisay say that thatover thatrcrv
over 111 rcrv child Ihll1 van WAi ftnick ftIl down dOWI Half of ofhe ofh ofgrotp 1
he h > group 11011 got ot up and staggered tnIled away nWIY a atew aI
tew 1 icjifi I 11 rrc and Ind a nd thru thf1 t ran In i a n for thoir t hoi r homes homesThe hOIff botnsThe
The Thf reM rr l lay still ti on tim ground groundTlie jtroumll1 groundTIi
Tlie l1 TIi > prteets prj11 were the th tb firrt tnt to reach relph tho thovan IhAAnl he heyard
van yard Anl They expected fxr tld to find fnd every 11 child childthere chid chidhNp childliprp
there rlcad r AII The first frft sign F1 n of life II came camefrom cnmofrom camernn
from rnn Willie lp McCombs TorbR bird dog flol Cnrlo CnrloThe Inrln InrlnThp nrlo nrloThe
The dog had been blfn knocked knockfr unconscious unconsciousnnd unCOnlCiOI unCOnlCiOInnd
nnd the fur fil hud hlll been hpln burned hurf1 off 01 four Inches Inchesof Inclll Inclllof
of his hiI tail tail The pain in that member mfmbr ap apparently appnrntly apparently ¬
parently pnrntly brought hrolght him to The Th Th dog jumped jumpedup
up and ran fn like lke mad in the streets trletl of Bed Bedford Dfoford Bedford ¬
ford Park for an hour hOlr and a haIr Then Thenhfl Thfnhe Thenhe
he went calmly into his h homo and straight straightto Ilralht
to the bed where whfrf Willie WilA McComb had mean meanwhile mfln mflnwhlA meanwhile ¬
while whlA been b taken takenThe tlkn tlknThfl takenThe
The dogs dogI master mlllr Willie Wii had har the most mostwonderful moton mostwonderful
wonderful on rPru I escape EIaP of the wholo holo party partyKvery partyEfry partyEvery
Every stitch tch of his hll clothing was torn from fromhis iromhif fromhis
his hif body by the lightning ghtnln Th The priests priestscarried prifRtl prifRtlrlrlfd priestscarried
carried rlrlfd him naked Ikfr Into hi hlF his home horf while whiletho whlo whloth whilethe
the th rain in descended dpltnrpr in a I torrent lorrln Willies Williesundershirt Wilf Vflhiesundershirt I IInderhlrt
undershirt Inderhlrt and all one of hlw hlf lii stockings ptnpklnpF were wereburned werhnrneet werehorned
burned or blown completely nwny Not Nota NotI
a I shred of them wild bo b found Every Everyother Evlr Everyother
other piece piec of clothing cloting ho hI wore looked lookedad loked lokedI
ad I If It had beon n through Ihrlph R meat mot grinder grinderEven prlnrr prlnrrEvpn grInderEven
Even his hiI shoes IhoR which were wer torn tor from his hisfft hil histret
fft yero rero rr nil chopped ho fl rind torn up upWillies upWIllies
Willies 111 sister 1 Ifr Sadie Retlo and Iml brother hrothfr Harold Haroldgot Hnroletol
got ol off 01 O a 1 little ltle better bter Sadies S leA shoes hO were weroorn WfreIm weretwo
Im orn from her feet and unroll Jlrolel lost lo t every everybutton everyhutton pry pryhiI
button hiI Ion on his hl clothes clothesThn clolhRThA clothesThe
The holt h01 which whiel gouged pIr n strip tnree tnreeinches tnrf tereeinches
inches Inrhpl deep from from tho chestnut tree tref broke brokethe brokothl brokeflu
the thl owing rope and Inet Carrie Carrlp Tobins was waslpft Wil
lpft I f unconscious InlonlcloUI on tho ground prollcl Her Herclothes ltr ltrf101hpI Herlothe
clothes f101hpI lothe werent burned burfl but hit the lightning lightningleft Iphtnlng IphtnlngI
left I f a broad streak of vivid Ivld red on her back backThe haCKT backTb
The T Tb flirt flt thing thnt the priests prP tR And other otherpersons OUlf1rp otherprsons
persons p r on who ran rn to the yard rd did dit was to tofiirry toIlry tonirry
fiirry Ilry the unconscious unlonII0II children dlllrln into tho thoMiComb thoIrromh theMrrnmh
MiComb house hou While Whlo Dr D 7 Dunn Dlnn and nmlother nnolIhlr andithor
other Ihlr physicians phYfld1M worn werf being hpn summoned summonedhe summoned summonedthe ummnmdhI
the he hI priests went Wplt back hlci to their house and andK Ind Indiol andgot
K iol got liniment Ilimrnt and nli bandages bandagesAll blnda p pAl
All Al of the children Ihl < rln except IXCfpt Willln Wlln and nndSndio andSriI andtadio
Sndio SriI McCnmh IIComh coon revived Willie Wilf was washe W Whlllt wase
he hlllt e last la to it bo brought brolght to bin senses pnEI For Fortwo ForI Forhours
two I f hours hOlr after oriel that he couldn t see 1 a thing thingnltheuBh thingni thingnit
nltheuBh ni nit hl1lh hougit hi his mind mili was apparently npJrfltly clear clenreven clllr clllrrn clearPrrei
even rn nl that time tmf ino 1 no lightning Ighlnlng bad badMniek hndtnwl hadt
Mniek nick t his hi body hod at the Ih I he right shoulder pholldfr It Itenttered Jtntlrlrl Itenttered
enttered ntlrlrl from that thlt point leaving Ilnlnl burned burnedpatches bUlld bUlldpntrhf huinedTntehes
patches pntrhf all nl over 011 his hi body boI It I got together togethernssiin tOKethoralan togetherfl
nssiin alan nn n the th ° Inside of his hif leftler left 1I1 ler and ant run runinwn rn ranttrwn
inwn < 1 that lee to his hi foot irj I it a path plih of red redInrh redn
n inrliPs Inrh wide wideWVn wlel widehn
WVn 1 hn n Wlllin 111n was Wil nskr AIkNI askrd < d lost 1It night nlghl now nowi
11 i hart hac felt ho hI Raid RaidI alt
I didnt ridnt feel anything All Al of n sudden suddenhniiKh fu suddenthoih < < pn pnIhOllh
hniiKh IhOllh I saw RW a lot lot of 0 an angeL IngIn angeLThe gob gobThe
The n doctors dOltori say ho h will wi suffer tuIfr no serious seriousoneorjuonrefl scrinuisOfleumeneps lr10U8 lr10U8con
con oneorjuonrefl ftlnlp HH HH sister Sad Sadlie ulfl fa couldnt couldntwalk coultnt coultntt couldnttalk
walk t lk last Init evening fpnlng but the doctors say her
f feet ei wire paralved pnrllv7td onlv temporarily
She h too was wal blind hlml for n couple of hours hoursThe hoursThr honriTh
The Th Ihildren seriously rlou ly injured Injure are areTONS lr lrh srero
1 TONS ro WILLIAM 1LHI13MUoldOf urTAn 13 yearn old nrawj villa avenue
nunu h huynn urn of th tho farr body bd and ml arms armsM 2VIIIAtnUt
MrCoMn M WWAW 1LIUI 13 3ears 41 old of r G24 M street flrrr
And M Anthony nlhun avenue > nu burns of race far body J rIght
hnJh1e IlIer Mcr and both feet WM blind blnd for flr bd two hours lllrn rlh
snpr fter lr he h hecnmn eoiucloiu eoiucloiuhrfHOMn OMelol
hrfHOMn lOM SArE SOI JV I Ham rs old sister AI of Above Ahovp
h hIflPt rnert npr HI fl spo 1 on Oi body horr holh feet paralyzed Plrllyzrd tem ¬
porarily o rots M blind hlnd for fo or never sverah rrll hours hoursh hOIs hOIsh
MrConn rOMI llA10Di tIAnorn 11 years old brother of If above
h hl hriyi m of fare Ilcr far hands hlod nnd nd body bodyniie
lMtRltAy MtRRA ffWARD VTWARD 13 rears ea old ofO of t5O 1lla
niie nI nl liurn1 bum of flt tare nrml arms and nd neck 11
MtMirnRAT CiunLKR CIARLRA 12 1 years ra old brother brothern brlher
o of ahnv v hums of face cc sari nd < n neck k <
n MeVrnnAT lr rIA MABnrrnnK hRII lnR 10 0 years old sister
YI1
n Cf < above bo burn of face flp and neck oCk
nuxT PRIIry Prrr NORMAN OIAI 13 years 4nr N old oldvenue of 3054 > Villa
venue n ni hums of o five arms and Inll I IBIAS blck blckRI back backsuns o 3 ViA
BIAS RI rnmp IRIF u 1 years rCI ears old Ild of Anthony Anthnn ave ve
SIM n n Onrdeat nra 1 1pNnl r 2121 2el street rrrl lark lweil hln1 n wide 1ce streak utreaUSeveral streakevpral
Several pNnl children who were werl in the Ihf group
hit ht mit got gl Away IWIlerOrl before the priests prfeiIA reached rlched the IheMr
vnri Mr were treated trlaler nt their homes homrl by doc etoc10rA
10rA ors last evening It I is II l said sid that nOne of
th thes5 tvsn children was hurt Ono
Ihidren wnl seriously hllrt anI or orwoof
twoof them Ihlm were burned bllred slightly fJihty
The lie rain rin that followed rolowd the stroke of ofKntmnR
ljh1ninl irghtnlng KntmnR drenched some Ime of The Bronx It
Came down in a limited Imlfet area nre of the borough boroughtit horolgh
hIlt tit it was wa very e wet wetIlphtnlng wf wetllhtntng
Ilphtnlng llhtnlng struck Itrlck the steeple of the thl First Fi t
Wthodlst Ihoift Episcopal fpi op I Church in Mount Mountfl Mountron Mounternon
ron ° fl nnd badly dly damaged diliaged it I In New Nownocnelle
nocnelle 1011 rtJChehie there wan a heavy hpa hailstorm hailstormi4 halRInn
T TC1phne lfph1 and i4 telegraph n7ttti uji wires nn cn in In th tire in1 county county
1rm Were re blown hlo0 down and the thf8rlco service crippled crippledHAILSTORM crlpplldIAITOR crippledhAIlSTORM
HAILSTORM IAITOR 1 IN NEW JKBHKY JKBHKYI JRRREYT JERSEYIhc
T I Ihc he storm Alon that passed pAld to IA t the north of fr Ilia IlianWtly 111
thickly populated of this
part city ciy appears appearsw
w A nave hIVI haw travelled trYIlIll up from rrm Now Nlw Jersey Jerseyouthwcst Jerl y
rolowln following the tornado tnlk track which 1M from fromllhwlAt from4UthWvst
outhwcst llhwlAt to northeast
northlnst
A high windstorm wincltnrm named pllqfd over Morris MorrlsN lorr1
9t 1 It N J T about uhult 3 oclock in the tht afternoon afternoonnil
lai hail nil sUiieu sI I as Ilarge large aa II marbles rhhJA full ftll1 ami nun broke brokei hrke
i Ilir ne hf windowH 110 WM of several ovlrl houses housesChatham hOIA8
In Chatham hnlhar trees tr1 wore uprooted uprnnlcl and andMil andmali
> m11 mali Mil hoiiWH hOIR houi blown over When htl a 1 train traini Inc
i Hie tl t > lirkawmmn 1 lklwnnnl railroad Jllrold scheduled scheduledarrive lcheduledn
tO n arrive a rrf them Iher at 315 31 was within wi wll bin half halfrniln haI
a L rniln ml of town three tll trw tl1 trees and u 1 large largeWKniph
WKniph Iprph polo fell rllncrot1 across cro the track a short shortstance Ihort IhortRIanlf arpe
dletane stance in il front rrnt of tho throhstniction engine Thf The en enjlntr enPnrsr
jlntr Pnrsr tlnpP1 stopfi the train heor before It rl reached Ohlll
Ihn t a ohstniction ohRtncllon and the train crew crewnt crewpnT crewWe
We pnT nt to work clearing clMrng the track It I took tooksmall
thertr hetlan an hour 10 do 1 It and al all the aftornon aftornonr afternoon
small sma trains r nliR washouts wore OholtA relyo delayed were reported Npre I an hOlr hour Sveral Sveralsma Several Severalsmall
WAR XEAll NElIN Iff FAR 1AR EAST EASTUnofficial EASTUnomelal
Unofficial Statement 8ttfmeni at the tie ntissUn Less Lesstlon Iesaton Legatiesi
tlon ton In II Pekln PeklnSpecial PeklnSptcll PektnSpectaJ
Sptcll Special Cubit Dtjpalch DupalcllO 19 Tni Tn SUN SUNPEKIN SIN SINPEKIN SUNPEKIN
PEKIN July 20 20Mr Mr Conger Cnger the Amerl Amerlcan Amerlen Artiercan
can en Minister Jlllleter today had ha an interview Interiew with willPrince withPrinc withPrince
Prince Princ Ching head hed of the Board Brd of Foreign ForelgiAffairs ForeignArnlr ForeignAffairs
Arnlr Affairs in accordance acordac with wih instruction instructionfrom inatructionafrom
from Washington inspired by what ia l be belloved belioved
lloved Ioved here hlre to be tho meaningless moanlnglCs represon represontat repren repreentatlons
tat totOIS tatlons ions of Russia for the purpose purposE of fore foreing for toreing
ing Chinas Chlnal signature to the American Aericn com commerclal cm cmmercal cornmercial
merclal mercal treaty troty Since Sinc the first refusal refuea o oM of ofM
M J Le Lessar ar the Russian Rusian Minister to assist aasisIn aist assistin
In securing the signing of the treaty treatyno trety tretyno
no communications cmmnlcato have been exchanged exohangecwith exchangedwith
with wih the Russian RUIlan Legation Leg ton regarding reg rdlng th thconvotition the theconventon theconvention <
convention convotitionIt
conventon conventonJt
It Jt is I therefore thereforI unknown at the American AmericaiLegation AmericanLgaton AmericanLegation
Legation Lgaton whether M 1 Lessor L8r has hl been ben in inBtructed Intrllcted instructed
Btructed according to the assurances Oeuranees giver giverto givento 1en 1ento
to the Washington Government These Theseassurances Theseassurances
assurances alSUranC oa 1 reported reprte here are regarded regardotOB
OB 0 entirely cntrely inadequate Inadeuate to tho necessities no81 le8 ol oltho of ofthe
tho cage It is reported reporte among the legation legationthat legatonl legat Ions Ionsthat
that Japan Japn has ho sent snt Inquiries to St Peters Petersburg Petersburg
burg which ore calculated calolated to determine determlmImmediately determineImmediately determineimmediately
Immediately the question queston of peace pac or war warIt warIt warIt
It is unofficially unofcialy stated lttei nt atthelltisslanLe atthelltisslanLegation the Russian Le Legallon Legit
gallon git Ion today that war is II near PrlnaChing Prince PrinceCiting
Ching professes profese to hope for a peaceful peaccfusettlement peceful pecefulAllllent peacefulsettlement
settlement Allllent The Chinese Chines declaration declarton that thaiMnnohurlan thatMnnohurl thatManohurlan
Mnnohurlan n ports will wi be b opened opne ia i re regarded rogarded ¬
garded as I worthless worthlessSET worthlesswr s snr
SET ADRIFT IRIFT AT T SEA SEATwo Sftrwo S1ITwo
Two of a f Ships lblp8 Crew Crewsay Hay Na They ThlY Were Wlrt Pu PuOtf Put Putolr Putoil
oil the Vessel rlll euel In the Gulf GulfNEW Gul GulE GulfNaw
NEW E OMFANS July m 7oWllum tWililam William T THertdrick THpmlrlck TIleritiriok
Hertdrick and alet John Drew mate and abl ablseaman able ableseaman ble bleff
seaman ff nan of the small smlll sailing ing ship Ihlp Richard RichnnBlngham Ucharet UcharetIn RichardBlngham
Blngham In ham of Pensacola PfnAlcolu arrived hero hll today todayrom todayfrom todajfrom
from from Belize B17 with a tale of being set adrift adriflat adriftAt
at sea lPa They came on the the steamer stc mpr Auselen Auselenhaving AUlelllI AUlelllIhning AuselenItaving
having been sent Ilnt to New Orleans by tint tluUnited t1 tintUnited
United States Consul Con ul at Belize BelizeAccording BellE1tccorling llzi llziAccordlnl
According Accordlnl to Hendricks story Capt CaptR
R 1 Merrill of Pensacoht Penacoh master of the theRichard theiticliard
Richard Bingham has been n on a continuant continuantdrunk cOltltOI continuourtdrunk
drunk for several Ievfrnl months monthi While Whie crossing crossingtho croflng croflngtho crossingthe
tho lulf ulr of Mexico in the early Ilrly part ol olJuly or orTuly ofJiily
July tho captains rum gave out This Thisleft ThisIft Thisleft
left him in n nervous condition con lton and will willtho wih wihthe wilitthe
the Idea that the mate and crew intended intendedto Iltendfd Iltendfdto
to mutiny mUliw and 1 kill ki him him He le armed armf himself hlmuellwith hlmelf hlmelfwih himselfwith
with wih a rifle rif and two pistols and was WI never nevmseen ntr ntrel neverseeli
seen el without them thlT Growing worse WOl f h hchained hl hlcutMd ire irechained <
chained cutMd Hondrick Hcnetrck and Drew to p their bunks bunksThey bunllsThey hunksThey
They were fro kept chained for four days dayswhen dBYSwhen dayswhen
when Capt Merritt informed them that thatthey thatthlY thatthey
they thlY wore to bo b turned tlred adrift aetrtt In the mid middle middle middIe ¬
dle of the Gulf GulfThis GulfThil GulfThis
This Thil was WIR done don on July 8 the men menbeing menng menbeing
being ng lowered into a yawl with wih three thretcnes threecn threecases
cases cn 1 of corn two of tomatoes tomolOs two pounds poundiof
of pork two of crackers crackerl and five fv gallons galonR ol olwater of ofwattr ofwater
water wattr Hendrlck succeeded uccelfd in getting gettingtho geting getingtho gettingthe
tho yawl to Cozumol Czlll Island off 01 ol tho coast coastof cOMtnr coastof
of Yucatan atln just j t aa 11 the provisions ran ranout ronout ranout
out out They then got to St Michaels Michaelswhere Mlchnelswhr Michaeiswhere
where they were wtrf taken tlken hy a British Briish sloop sloopto Iloop Iloopto
to Belize lhe The Thf men announce InnOUnN their inten intention Intcnton intention ¬
tion ton of prosecuting proScltlng Capt Merritt terrlt and have havestarted ha halllll havestarteti
started lllll for Pensacola from which wfch place placothe placethe
the Blngham nghum carries Cr JM coal coal to Belize BelizeAHCUniSliOP Belze BelzeMWlln Belize4RCJnSil
AHCUniSliOP MWlln 4RCJnSil P KAfZER l ifzEnilinNa fziI DEAD DEADIllnrcs lD lDInrl
Illnrcs Inrl or r Ten Months Aggravated AKlrvatr by byTroubles b bTrnnbll byTroubles
Troubles Trnnbll In Ills ls Ht See SeeFOND SeeFOmD ee eeFOND
FOND nu LAC IA Wia Wi July 20 20Atr 70After After an anillness anineA anillness
illness ineA extending over OVfr n period priod of ten tenmonths tenmnnthl tenmonths
months mnnthl Archbishop Matzer 1Rtzr died at St StAgness RtAgnels StAgness
Agness convent COIelit in this Ihll city cty tonight at
830 11 oclock Tho Archbishop Arhhishop came to toFond toFond toFond
Fond du dl Lao IJI about abut four months ago for forrest rorft forrest
rest ft and treatment but it was wn soon loon learned learnedthat Iparnfdthat learnedthat
that there was WI no hope hor for him himThe himTho himTire
The Archbishop Archbihop retained rtained all oi his hi faculties facultiesto
to the last lalt It J Is believed beleveet that tho work workof workof workof
of the th dtocoso dlocflf and worry incident to it ithastened IthRtentd Ithastened
hastened hRtentd the end Ind One Onl of the things thlnjtl which whichcanned whichc811d whichcaused
canned c811d him him annoyance was the libel lbpl suit suitand 111 suitand
and action acton for damages ramnge brought broufht by Father FatherBolsters FAtherHr FatherHelistere
Bolsters Hr IMtprl and which case ca was to have been beentried om omtried beentried
tried at tho next term ten of the thf Circuit Court Courthero Curt Curthere Courthere
here heroPapers herePnptm herePapers
Papers Pnptm worn welo served frOI on Oi the Archbishop Archbishopafter Ach Archbishopafter b bop bopafter
after coming to tire convent and t the ho hI thought thoughtof
of being hflng taken tlfn Into a secular fular court seemed seemedto
to have hle n depressing effect efot on him himThe himrho
The he remains will wi bo b taken tken to Milwaukee Milwaukeenext Milwaukeenext
next Ixt Monday whore they will wi lie IiI In Instntent Instnlt Inetnte
stntent stnlt etnte at the Cathedral Cnthflrl till tl 10 oclock oclOk on Thurs Thursday Thur Thurday Thursday ¬
day morning Mass MIA will wi be b celebrated celebratedMgr clebr celebratedMgr td tdl
the and andArchbishop andArchhlhop andArchbishop
Mgr l r Falcono singing thf requiem
Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia Phlarlelphl preach preaching prch prchIng preachlag ¬
ing the sermon wrmonflE fnon fnonE sermonOKV
flE OKV E CHEEXE lIEEW REENt TO TJ HE lE SfED SfEDSnfTlfle SULDSpecific WfI WfISrlno
Specific Order Orlfr Issued hnUfd In Atphitt AsphaitCo hphal Co Aliened AlienedIrrrgularltlrs AIIld AIIldIrrlsuarJIf8 AllegedIrrrularlt
Irrrgularltlrs IrrrgularltlrsTRENTON IrrlsuarJIf8 IrrlsuarJIf8TRENTON Irrrularlt les lesTRENTON
TRENTON July 20 20JldKo 20Judge Judge Klrkpotrick Klrkpotricksigned Kirkptrick Kirkptrickslgnf Kirkpatricksigned
signed slgnf an order in the United Unted States Circuit CircuitCourt CircuitCour CircuitCourt
Court Cour today which in pursuance purlUnce of his hiaorder hisorder hisorder
order of July 0 gives to Receiver Rceiver Henry HenryTatnall HenryTolnal HenryTatnall
Tatnall Tolnal of the Asphalt Aphalt Company Cmpany of America Americaspecific Americaspecific
speoifc specific authority to begin suit Ilit in any State Stateor
or Territory to recover profits alleged olpgo to tohave tohave
hlve have been ben illegally iegalr made by the promoters promotersof
of tho trust trustimmediately trustIt
trst trstI understood that lulta suits will follow followimmediatelY
It is un erstoci wi folow
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immediately I In New York and Penney Pennsylvania Ptnneyl Penneyvania ¬
vaniaJudge vania vaniaJudge
Judge Kirkpatricks order of July 6 6directed 6directed odirected
directed Receiver Tatnall Tatnal to bring suit suitL suitogalnBt stiltagainst
against Police Rceiver Commlsslonor Greone Azl AzlL Anizi AniziL
L Barber PolIo George W Elklns George D Drecover DIdener DWidener
Widener Idener BarbrJGeorge Wiiiiam J Lta Latta and otherl others to torecover torecover
profits wilam alleged to have been ille illecally le leKlly illeI
recover cally ally made rols In the aleged formation of the Asphalt Asphalt1TUH Aphalt AphaltTrult Asphaltrust
Klly I The receiver reported thRt that the thestock thetock
Trult 1TUH rust l ° 4viiw f fstock
stock of the constituent conlltuent companies compnies was wascollusion waspurchased as aspurchAsed
purchAsed at fahllloua prices and intmated intmatedcollusion intimated intimatedcollusion
collusion and fraud among the stockholders stockholdersand
and of tho trust He le recom recommended recommendeet recommended ¬
mended promoters that suits 61111 be brought against the theAtokholderA thestockholders
Sholders stockholders for S24OlO 24000000 24000 000 alleged 81eged alleged to toTO torlmaln toremain
AtokholderA rlmaln remain unpaid on the stOCK 18ed issued to thom thomTO themTO
TO TRACK TRtK WIFE FE HIRED 1lIlED NEGRO NEGROSir
Sir Ir nadns Cant See Sceithy Why tho Metro wo Should ShouldHe Shouldle Shouldlie
He le lacked lAcke Up UpMrs UpMm LipMrs
Mrs Krna rna Radtm Radul of 440 West Welt 123d street streetwhite Rtret Rtretwhlo streetwhite
white whlo got off or a southbound Ilthhund Columbus Columbusavenue Clumbul ClumbulaVtnue Columbusavenue
aVtnue avenue trolley troley car at 104th street late lat yes yesterday yE yEtrday yesterday ¬
terday trday afternoon arernoon So S also did a young youngnegro youngnlgro youngnegro
negro Harry Minor MinorI
nlgro said Mrs R Rwlus Rwluspointin < i >
I want him arrested arrtstf Mr RluB RluBpointng i ipointing
pointing to the negro ne negro ro and ld talking taling to t Police Policeman Polc Polcman Polleeman
t
pointng man Gonhallo Oonhllo Mle Hu followed folowe me from fromnnd frommy frommy
house I got on a a Inox 1onue avenue 101 101Inr ear earand
my and hoU ho got on I got off 01 that car and took tookn tok tokCulumhlM
n Inr Columbim CulumhlM Oi avenue car and he hI still Ktl followed followedHero rolowed rolowedHert followedlien
Hero Hert he In yet yetA YltA yetA
A man gave mo S 5 to follow rolow her was wasthe Wil Wiltho wastue
gavt
the negroH negro explanation uJllaln lo at the Vest est 100th 100thstreet 10lh 10lhItreft 100thstreet
street station where whfrl hn no was locked lockell up upLost up1ast
Itreft Lost ilaton evening a man mal who wild 811 he was wasRudus wasfladus
JAt ellIlng I ld had ittulgiven
Rudus went to I the station He said ho
lulul the Wlnt negro the to folow follow 111 Mrs 1ladus 1ladusI
given thn S tt
I dont nrJto see 110 why hes hI locked up said saidSergl Mlc saidibultis
ibultis ibultisSergt
lalul Sergl MoOloln did however and Radus Raduswent Uaduswent Radruswent
went frjtt n way McGoin A reporter who went to tho thoflathouso thoIllthoue theflathouso
flathouso Iway nl t 440 rportr West cst 123d 123 < street stt lost lt night nightwns nightWIH nightwas
was Illthoue told that the Raduses Itdufl had hd moved move out outin outIn outin
in WIH the afternoon They had been bn there thereonly thereollly thereonly
only two ofernon months It was wal said saidHenwmlier ait1Remember Id IdIrmember
Remember ill tlhILfl K I It f tickets Icke bet t N I Y and ad Albany Albanyr Albn AlbnarA
Irmember Al
are r good rod via 11 nay > Une Sttnmem Memt llneA < lt
LiTTAUER LITTAUERGLOVES GLOVES FOR INDIAN INDINS INDINSSELLERS INDIANSSELLERS INDIANSELLERS
SELLERS WHO IlO GOT 00 CONTRACTS CONTRACTSHAILS CONTRACTS11IMJ CONTRACTSIIAII5
HAILS 11IMJ FROM FIfO tilt 71 ttROADWAY ttROADWAYThats RRMDr IIROADIFAYThats AI AITatl
Tatl Thats Llttaucrs Llauerl Plaor PlactDte PlaceDate Dale of Last Con Contract Contrc Contract ¬
tract trc With Uh United Unlr States June ue a 21003 21003Chairman 1003 1003Chairman
Chairman airman of House 1101e Committee Commitee on onI 01 onIndIan
I Indian Affairs Alaln James 8 Sherman ShermanIn
In fulfilment fultmont of treaty obligations oblgatonl the theUnited theUnited theUnrted
United States Government buys gloves glovesfor glovt glovesfor
for the Indians IndiAI The e gloves are bought boughton bught bughton
on contracts contral awarded to tho lowest ro responsible rosponslblo rosponsiblo ¬
sponsible bidder Bids for one ole of these thesecontracts thes thesecontracts
contracts oontras wore opened at tho United States StatesIndian Statt StatesIndian
Indian Warehouse Warhous 119 19 Wooster Woter street tret on onMay onMay onMay
May 10 1003 110 There were wer present prsnt among amongothers amongothers amongothers
others when tho bids were opened the thefollowing thefolowing thefollowing
following folowing persona personaWilliam pel personaVilIiam
William Wiiam A Jones Jone of Wisconsin Wllcolln Indian IndianCommissioner IndianCmmlMlonfr IndianCommissioner
Commissioner CmmlMlonfr and the following folowing mem members membr mornbets ¬
bets br of the Indian Commission Commiion of which whichDarwin whichDarln whichDarwin
Darwin Darln R James JamlA of Brooklyn Droklyn is I the chair chairman chllr chllrmn chairman ¬
man mn Archbishop Ahblhop Ryan of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaJoseph Phiadelphia PhiadelphiaJOph PhiladelphiaJottepit
Joseph F Jacobs Jaob8 of Detroit Mich Albert AlbertK Abrt AbrtK
K Smiley Smiey Phillip Philp C Garrett Garret of Philadel Philadelphia Phiadel Phiadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia and Charles CarleA J Bonaparte Bnaparte of Baltimore Baltimorewho Btlmor Baltimorewho
who was W0 recently Inty appointed by President PresidentRoosevelt P PresidentRoosevelt sldent sldentRoosovelt
Roosevelt special Ipfial counsel counsl to prosecute prOeclto In Indicted Inetlcttd Indicted ¬
dicted etlcttd Post POt Office OfC officials officialsBids onclalA onclalABide oflicialaBids
Bids invited for 3070 pairs of
were Invied boys boysbuck bys bysbuck boysbuck
buck gloves glove No I standard quality quoly or oroiltanned oroltlnne oroiltanned
oiltanned oltlnne sheep Ihe or goat and 3035 mens mensbuck IlenS IlenSbuck eenebuck
buck gloves glove No 1 standard quality qualy or oroiltanned oroitanned oroiltanned
oiltanned oitanned sheep Ihep or goat Koat The bids bid were wereopened woreopened wereopened
opened In the presenoo presno of the i rsons mns named namedabove nameetabove namedabove
above and nd others olher and the contract cnlrt was wasI WO weeawarded
I awarded Iwareted to Charles Carle B Sellers SleN who gave his hisaddress hisacdressl hisadtlress
address acdressl aa 715 Broadway lr08clwny N Y YIn YIn YIn
In compliance complnno with wih the thl specification Bpeltcatonl the thebid thebid thebid
bid of Mr Sellers Sller was WD accompanied ncompanled by a acertified aceriteet acertified
certified ceriteet check chrk for 5 per cent of the amount amountof
of supplies lpplel proposed to bo furnished flrlshed the thecheck thechek thecheck
check chek to lie forfeltabfe forfeltabf to the United Unted States Statesin Slate
in cane COI tho bidder shall sh I fail rRI to execute executepromptly exeute exeuteprompUy executepromptly
promptly a contract with good and suf sufficient 8uffclent sufficient ¬
ficient fclent sureties IUrlR according accrding to the terms of ofI ofthe ofthe
I the bid bidTho bidTho bitTiro
Tho contract cntract between 1tweon the United States StatesGovernment State StatesGoverntnerrt
Government and Charles ChBrle B Sellers SleN was wasexecuted wastxecutec wasexecuted
executed txecutec on June JUI 2 1003 10 The ll name of ofCharles orCharlel ofCharles
Charles Charlel B Sellers Slpr does doel not appear apptar in the theNew theNlw theNew
New Nlw York city cty directory direor or on the directory directoryof dIretory dIretoryof
of the building buletlnR at 71S 71 Broadway BrOAdwa On the thefirst theflt thefirst
first flt floor foor of that building buietlng however is the theNew theNf1w theNew
York office of Littauer Bros Bro
New once Ilt81lr manu manufacturers manurachtrpN menutaettirrrs ¬
facturers rachtrpN of gloves plovf 11 it Olovercville OoveMvie N Y YThe YTho YThe
The senior Inior member mlmber of this thil firm frm Is If the lion lionLucius lon lonLucil HonLucitis
Lucius Lucil Nathan Llttnuer Iitaler Representative Representativein Repre enlathe enlatheIn
in Congress Congrf from the Twentysecond New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York district districtOne etllt dist ril rid ridOno
Ono of thop thO thosswho who were present prp nt when the thebids thebiet thebids
bids biet on thin thi contract were opened opned was wa asked askedby Iktr askedby
by a SUN SU1 reporter yesterday yellord Y who Charles CharlesB Charlf
B Sellers 8lpm was WOI He replied repliedOh rfpled rfpledOh repliedOh
Oh ho is i is an oldtime bidder bletdfr for or glove glovecontracts glovecontract glovecontracts
contracts and has always alwAYI boon regarded regardedas reg retf1 retf1as
as the representative of Littsuvr Iltlur Bros BrosThe Brol BrosThe
The Th address addrll attached to his latest bid In i
715 71 Broadway where whrr Iittauer Itanfr Bros Broshave Bro Broshave
have their Now York office OfC A contract contractsimilar contractsimiar contractsimilar
similar simiar to this was WI awarded awnred to him by tho thoIndian thoIndlQn theIndiQn
Indian Commission in 1000 1I and anr 1001 101 He Hewas Hewas lIewas
was underbid nnrerblet in 1002 10 by Marshall Marhal Field FieldA FieldCo FieldCo
A Co but that tha firm On had hadt to t buy the gloves glovesof gloye gloyeor
of Littauer Itaur Bros BrO because baus Llttauer LlttauerBros Itauer ItauerBr LittauerBros
Bros Br are the th only olly firm fr in the tbl country countrythat cuntr countrythat
that turn tur out 011 that kInd of a glove at any anywhere Anywher anywhere ¬
where wher near the prlco bid bidThe bIdThe bidThe
The reporter fporter went wlnt to the office ofce of Llttnuer LlttnuerBros Jltaler JltalerDr LittauerBros
Bros Dr nt lt 71 71S Broadway and mI asked to tosee tof tosee
see f Mr Sellers Blerl Representative Rprlpnt the Lucius LuciusN IICII
N Littauer Jllanr wan in the thl place plncp at 1 the th time timeThe tlmcThe timeThe
The man mal who met the the reporter reporr asked askedWho IkNI IkNIWho asketiWho
Who wants wanlf to see Mr 11 Sellers SellersI Blerl1
I do said Inl THE TiE Sun man manWell m manWeli n nWl
Well Wl was the reply rfpl ho hf isnt Imt In Hell Hellbo 181 hellbe
bo b hero heo in a day or two twoOut twoOlt twoOut
Out Olt on the t he road asked the t hI reporter reporterYes rppolt reporterYes lr lrYI
Yes YI hos II on the road roadThe roadThl roadThe
The Thl amount of Mr 11 Sellerss Helo 1 contract conlrc was wasaccording WAi WAiacording wasaccording
according acording to hi his bids 13067 302675 Article Artlcl
7 of tin tl contract contract which Mr 11 Sellers signed signedprovided eljncd eljncdprovlcl signedprovides
that neither this thi
provided provlcl agreement ngreomentnor RgTmlnl RgTmlnlnor agreementnorany
nor norany any interest Intcrett therein therin shall shal bo b transferred transferredto trnlferrf
and that thatany thatany thatany
to any other party or parties parle
any such transfer tronrer shall Rhll cause the th annul annulment annll annllmnt annulmont ¬
mont of the t hf agreement reemnt BO 10 far as 8 the United UnitedStates Hnlpd HnlpdStlp IfnitedStates
States Stlp are concerned Article Articlol 11 provides providesthat provldl8that providesthat
that the contract cnlrlct la made madf subject Albct to the theapproval theApproval theapproval
approval of tho Secretary Secrltary of the thf Interior Interiorand Jnterlorand Interiorand
and Article Artco 0 I I reads readsThat rpadsThat readsThat
That It i if H further rurher nicreeil lrlc hy end between betweenthe bptwef1 betweenthe
the parties partr hereto that thlt no n member Ipmbr of or ordelegate ordplegate ordelegate
delegate to Con Clnl Congress < rr < w officer IMcrr agent lpnt or em employee employee empioyee ¬
ployee of the Government Goernmlnt shall 8hll be admitted admittedto
to any nn share hlro or part In this thl iiRreement lrtemrnt or orderive orfprlc orderive
derive fprlc any nn benefit henf1 to arise 11 therefrom therefromThe lherlfrom lherlfromThe therefromThe
The Revised Revll Statutes Statllf1 of the United Unltf States Statesprovide Stateprovide Statesprovide
provide that any Representative Rpre8nlotve in Congress Congresswho CnRr11 CnRr11who Congresswho
who shall shal bo b directly dlreely or indirectly Inetlrpcty inte inteterested InteterftNI intoterested
contract shall shallbn shallbe
terested in a Government Govtrnment contrc Ihlll
bn 1 guilty guity of a misdemeanor mildfmeanor and shall Ihal he befined hefn1 hefined
fined fn1 10 3000 The Th Government Govfrmfnt may mlY also alsorecover 8180rfcover alsorecover
recover any money paid on such slch a con contract contract contract ¬
tract Tho statute of limitations ImltoUonA does doesnot dO dOnot doesnot
not prevent a prosecution under Ind8r this e ee see seetion c clion
lion t0n unless three thrf years Yfarl have elapsed Iapled since nincethe sincethe
the offence offenceThe ofence ofenceTe offenceThe
The Te chairman charn of the House Committee Committeeon Cmrtfl Cmrtflon
on Indian Indin Affairs AIalrA Is tho Hon lon James School Schoolcroft Schoolcroft Schoolcroft
croft Sherman ShermRn of Utloa Representative Representativefrom Rprelenttve Rprelenttvefrom
from the Twentyfifth Twentyffh Congress Congrel8 District DistrictOn J1trct J1trctOn IiatriotOn
On July 6 Congressman CongrAAman Sherman Shermn called coie at atthe atthe atthe
the War Wa Department In Washington Fall Falling Fai Failing ¬
ing to see sA the Secretary Scretary of War who had hadalready hadalredy hadalready
already alredy ordered an investigation Investgation of Repro ReproBentatlvo Rpro RproentaUT8 ReprosentatlE3
Bentatlvo Llttauers Lttalerl connection connlctlon with wih con contracts oontrctl contracts ¬
tracts trctl for army gloves gloel Mr Sherman SherrRn called calledon cled cledon
on the tht Judge AdvocateGeneral AdvoCteGenfral of the Army Armyand Amy AmyAmi Armyand
and discussed dllculled various features of the theLittauer theLitauer theLittauer
Littauer Litauer case A8 At that time tmo as al a Wash Washington Walh WalhIngton WashIngton ¬
ington despatch to THE TIS SUN wild Ilet Mr MrSherman 11 11Sherman MrSherman
Sherman was WOI of tho opinion that Repre Representative Repre1enlatve Bepresentativo ¬
sentative 1enlatve Littauers interest in the glove glovecontracts glovecontracts glovecontracts
contracts was only that of a manufacturer manufacturerselling manuf4cturfr manuf4cturfretng manufacturerselling
selling etng to a I jobber jobbr and that he had hd not notviolated notiolatfet notviolated
violated iolatfet the spirit fplrlt of the law lawPossibly lw lwPO lawPossibly
Possibly PO lbly Mr Sherman Shlrman knew nothing at atthat otthot atthat
that time of the Indian glove contract of ofCharles ofCharle ofCharles
Charles Charle B Sellers Blerl of 715 7 Broadway Brodway New NewYork NewYork NowYork
York at which address addrtA is I the New Nlw York Yorkoffice YorkoflC Yorkot2loe
office oflC of Congressman Congrtltman Littauers Jltalfrs glove glovefirm glovl glovefirm
firm firmSAM frm frmS4 firmS4h1
SAM S4 PARKS AGAIN ARRESTED ARRESTEDThis lnnSTEDTII
This TII Time Tme for the Assault at t Fridays 11118 Meet MeetInB 1Irtt MeetlugLet
InB In lugLet Let Out on Hall HallSamuel hallSamuel al alSOup1
Samuel SOup1 J Parks Parkf walking delegate doltgat of ofthe oftho ofthe
the HouBCKmlUw olllmlhR and Brldgemens Bridffmlll Union UnionWBH Unionwal Unionwait
wait wal arrested areltt again last evening in Barney BarneyLynchs Blrny BlrnyIynchR BarneyLynchs
Lynchs saloon Inlon Fiftyninth Flynlnth street Htrot and andThird andThird andThird
Third avenue tweOle this time tme on a 1 warrant issued issuedby IMlledby lasuetiby
by Magistrate Maglftmt Breon IrH in the tht Tombs Tomhl police policecourt polce polcecourt policecourt
court charging him with assaulting MIiuILn Charles CharlesLawsoiiumimber CharlesLaw Charlo8LuwsonanremhOr
Lawsoiiumimber Law olurwmhl of tho union ulion at athf attire the meet meeting met metInK meeting ¬
ing in Maonnernhor Maennerrwr Hall lall la Ilt last < t Friday FridA even evening evening evenIng ¬
ing Parks Wil was v s taken to the East Est Fifty Fiftyfirst Ftty Fttyfrst FiftyfIrst
first street Itroet station staton Lynch accompanying accompanyinghim
him frst hhl Ball al was Wlt fixed at 1000 10 accompanyng accompanynghhl And was waspromptly waspromptly os osprompty
prompty promptly furnished by Lynch LynchAt Lych LychAt LynchAt
At the union meeting mlUng which broke up upIn lp lpI upIn
In disorder dllnler the intention Itnton of the antiParks antiParksfaction ontParkl antiParksfaction
faction I was Wl to propose a resolution r oluton calling callingfor catng catngfor callingfor
for the appointment props of a committee committe to tomoot tomoet tomoat
moot the employers and talk over the thearbitration tbearblmton tirearbitration
arbitration arblmton agreement aroment Parks Prks It Is Ischarged I Ischarged
charged ch rgd knocked knoklet Ijiwson down do
1 WALKS TO VISIT JISIT1 ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTReport t tlUport rReplr
Report Replr That at Prince and Princess Pncea IU IUAccepted lae laeAooepte hhave hhaveAccepted
Accepted Aooepte Invitation ivItaton From Fm the Ue President PresidentSpiclal Pldent PldentSpda President3peclo2
Spiclal Spda CaSh DiipateH DUIQlcl to faa 1 tgn Sew SewPORTSMOUTH S SvxPowrsMotyru
PORTSMOUTH PORTMOUTJ July 20 20It It I1 is f reporter reporterHere reprted reprtedHre reportedlre
Here that the firstclass cruiser Alfred Alfrewill Alfredivill
Hre tlat frtclMI org King Kng Alred Alredwi <
will wi after afor tho forthcoming 10rthoornaJnuI forthoorningaiinusl vannual man manoeuvres m mancsuvret ¬
oeuvres auve8 be b held In roqdineaa r lne to t take te the thePrlnoe thePrlno thePrinoo
Prlnoe Prlno and ld Princess Plnctl of Wales WaN to t New York Yorkthey Yorkthey Yorkthey
they having havng It la 1111d said accepted aopt an Invita Invltatlon Invitaton Invitation
tlon ton to visit President PAldent Roosevelt RooseveltThe Rosvelt RooseveltThe
The Te report reprt cannot be confirmed ontrmtd but bulnaval butnaval butnaval
naval officers ofcr consider cnlidor that tht it is I extreme extremeprobable extremely extremolyprobable extremelyprobable
probable probableCAPT probableC probableC41T
CAPT C EWK EJEN CAMB CAJI CAM IN A BOX BOXChief BOXChler BOXChief
Chief Feud Witness Wlnt1 WitnessArrivee Arrives ArvN In Jackson JacksonKy JacksonKy aoktCn aoktCnKy
Ky by Express ExpressJACKSON Epr EprJACKSON ExpressJtoxsom
JACKSON Ky July aoCapt 20Cpt B J Ewoiarrived Ewon Ewonarrved Ewonarrived
arrived arrved here tonight tnlgbt In an express expI ca caconcealed car caroncaed carooncealed
concealed oncaed in a small smal box He had bd come comifrom cme cmefrom comefrom
from Lexington Lxlngn in the box leaving it onl onlwhen only onlywhen onlywhen
when a long stretch strtch of country cuntr was wo being belnitraversed beingtlvered beingtraversed
traversed tlvered by the train and there was W0 n ndanger no nodanger nolanger <
danger of being bing seen en Tonight Tonht ho re remalned r romalned
molne malned In the car r alone going to his hll homo homiabout homoabout homeabout
about 10 oclock oclockEwons oclockEwns oclockEwons
Ewons Ewns trip was W0 a success SUCc and no on onrecognized one onercgnized onerecognized <
recognized rcgnized him The Te military mitr official officialfeared ofclal8 ofclal8fear officialsfeared
feared fear the plan would be b found out am amthe and andthe andthe
the car Cr blown up with wih dynamite dymite and did dienot didnot didnot
not approve approv of It but Ewen insisted Inite upon upoicoming upn upncoming uponcoming
coming In that way waylnetead Instead of under a mill milltary mi mIlltary
tary tr guard guardJudge gaId gaIdJuetge guardJudge
Judge Redwino Rdwine impanelled Impnelled the special speciaGrand specialGrand pcal pcalGmnd
Grand Jury Jur today to Investigate Invetlgnt tho feud feucmatters relldmaleN feudmatters
matters maleN appointing appintng C M Bailey Bley and the theman thl thlman theman
man who was M foreman formn of the thl jury jur that thaiIndicted thatIndiced thatIndicted
Indicted Indiced Jett and White Whie to summons wit witnesses wt wtTe witflosses
The Ewen Ort flrwtaken Orttken firsttaken
nesses Te arson ann case Mi was al
taken tken up upFINE upFINE upFINE
FINE SLRtUAHINE SU VUUJE WORK WORKAdder WORKAddlr IhORKAdder
Adder Addlr and anl ant Moccasin 1loe01In While Whie Submersed SubmersedFire SubrxreredFire
Fire Torpedoes Straight and True TrueNKWPOBT TruelEWPRT TrueNEWIORT
NKWPOBT lEWPRT R I I I July 20 20Tbe The submarlmtorpedo submarine 81bmarlno 81bmarlnotorpo submarinetorpedo
torpedo torpo boats batA here accomplished accomplihe a feat fet on onSaturday onSturday onSaturday
Saturday Sturday which has hl never before been beenknown ben benknown beenknown
known for such BICh craft crat and ad the matter mater will willbe wi willbe
be the subject subjllt of a 1 report to tq the Navy De Department DC DCpartment Dopartment ¬
partment partment During Dlrng the spring 8prlnfthe the two boats boatsat bol8 bol8at boatsat
at the th station taton Adder and ad Moccasin Moccasinwero Moccasinwere OC I
wero put through daily doly tests and man manoouvrfH m8nfUVrfR manbtLVtOs
oouvrfH fUVrfR and Ind the crews have become ocome very veryproficient veryproficient ery eryprolcmt
proficient proficientOn prolcmt
On O n Saturday SaturaylarRet target practice was In order orderand orderad orderAfli
and ad the thl Adder was taken out Olt first flt For a aperiod aperiod aperiod
period of 32 minutes minute she ran ra submerged submergedat
at t a depth of 30 feet She then rose to towithin towihi towithin
within wihi eight feotof the tliesurface surface and ad fired fred a atorpedo 1 atorpedo
torpedo torldo at a target torlet at a range rage of from 500 500to 00 00to
to 700 09 feet it I being a good goo line lne shot Ihot The TheMoccasin Te TeMoMln TheMoccasin
Moccasin MoMln then was WI put through throujh a similar similartost 11m similarteat lar lartMt
teat and when submerged submerge at a depth of
15 1 feet fired fre a torpedo torpfo at a target at a range rangeof rangof rangeof
of 1200 120 yards It won on a unusually uIIaly fine fineshot fineshot fineeliot
shot and lnd to the th surprise urpr f of all al It itthrough went wentthrough wet wett
through t the target targetThe tarpet tarpet1ho targetThe
The range was wn taken from frm the Adders Adderscope Adeterl Adeterlcope Adderscope
cope sight Lieut Pinney being hrlng in com command command cornniand ¬
mand These The o two boats have been b on running runningsubmerged runningsuhmerged runningsubmerged
submerged at a depth of from 30 to 40 feet feetand feetOet feetand
and Oet have stayed Itayed below blow the tJn surface sllrac for an anhour l anhour
hour at a time timeMASQUER tme tmeUAIfFRAIW time1ASQERAIED
MASQUER UAIfFRAIW 1ASQERAIED A nKl AS A MAN JUNCourt MANCourt IANCourt
Court Case a80 Cansfd a0811 William Vlam Ray Ra to n nveal Rf Rfra Re Reveal
veal ra That Tat tin I Was I a I Woman WomanNEW WomanNEVi oman omanEW
NEW EW OnLEANa July 20 20A A criminal trial trialrevealed trll trllrypaled trialreveaied
revealed rypaled the sex lex of Miss Willie WII Hay Ity the theyouni thl thlyoun theyoung
young woman who ho succeeded In passing passingherself paslnghlIlf passingherself
herself hlIlf off or for a man In Prentiss Pnts county countyMiss cunty cuntyMIlA countyMiss
Miss MIlA for eight Ilght years carl Jim 1m Gntlin Galn a afarmer ararmer afarmer
farmer of tho neighborhood nllghhorhooI was w arrested arrestednnd arrestedantI rrllfet rrllfetAnd
And placed on 01 trial for assault fflult and Rlet battery batteryon butry butryon
on William 1lam Ray IY The testimony tftmony was WHSoonclusivn Wil Wilonehlivn wasconclusive
conclusive onehlivn Rays H8Yf eyes eYf were WfrJ blackened blackenednnd hlnckrnetnd blackenedand
and nd his face flPI badly cut A verdict relc of guilty guiltyseemed gulty gultyKI guiltyseemed
seemed KI > mpd probable prhahlo when Gatlin Gailn threw thfw him himself hlmBI himself ¬
self BI on the mercy mery of the jury with a plea plenalways pll pllalwa pleaalways
always alwa strong Atrlg in the til South Suth that Ray Ity had hadboon hndhln hrttibeen
boon too intimate Inllnlte with wi h Oatllns Gatlnl wife irl and nndhe andhl andhe
he had assaulted ORflllJtpd him on that tha account accountRay accolnt accountRay
Ray Ry was WI not nonplussed nonplllsNI hut mot the thecharge Ihecharpo thecharge
charge charpo by declaring declarng and proving that hi hiwas hf hfWO hewas
was WO a woman WOllln Gatlin GAtln was W8 hound < ovor to totho tothl tothe
the thl circuit cruit court cour under lndeI bond honll Miss lU1 Ray Rayin
the Boonvillo authorities much muchannoyance muchannoyance
in 11 giving glvij oonvl ulhorlhn rlh rlhannoyonc
annoyance annoyonc by Instating Intutng on going back to totrousern totrouF totrousers
trousers trouF After Arer her appearance apppaanco in the theGntlin theGit theOntlin
Gntlin Git 1n case she Ihl was W arrested I rrllttr but there Iher in inno i isno
no n law in Mississippi forbidding a woman womanfrom womAnrrom womanfrom
from masquerading mleqlrradlng on a a man She was wasreleased wasrllltet weereleased
released releasedCOMRADES rllltet rllltetCoUlnl releasedCOM1tlDES
COMRADES CoUlnl UELENEMORA hELENE MORt 10Rt DEAD DEADNans IJtDSanl IEt I ISank
Sank Sanl Herself lfrl1 and the Grand Army Son SonInto Song RonsInto SongInto
Into Prominence ProminenceHeleno Pomtnrrf PomtnrrfIMne ProminenceiUdene
Heleno IMne Mora the singer Ilnger who was WI known knownas
as Comrades < mrdel because bcaus she made popular popularthe ppular ppularthe
the song sOni of that tht name nae died yesterday in her herhomo herhome herborne
homo in Twentythird avenue and Eighty Eightysecond Elghtylcond Eightysecond
second lcond street Itrt Bensonhurst n nhurst from a com complication complcaton cornplicatlon ¬
plication plcaton of diseases rlalls She had ho been bon ill illsince i Iiisince
since Jan Ja 17 1 when she he was WW singing slglnR at tho thoIlaymarket tholaymrket thehlaymarket
Ilaymarket laymrket Theatre Teatro in Chicago ChicagoHelene Cicgo Cicgolelne ChicagoHelene
Helene lelne Mora was wa born bor In Birmingham BirminghamEngland Brminhm BrminhmEngland BirminghamEngland
England about fortytwo years year ago and andcame andcame andcame
came to this thl country when she Ihe was 27 7 years yearsold yearsold
old She was W a barytone harton singer slnpcrand singerand and travelled travelledall travtlrd travtlrdI
all I over the country cOllltry singing Comrades Comradesand Comraetand Comradesand
and other popular populRr songs InR She Shl was 0 one of oftho oftho ofthe
tho only two women in this th country who whowere whower whowere
were wer members membtm of tho Elks Elk She first Brt Bang BangIn eangIn sangin
In this ths country at Roster KOtor A d t Dials DialsHer Dos DosHer ThaisHer
Her last lst request requelt was 10 to ask Ik that her body bodybe bodyb bodybe
be b cremated cremate She picked out Olt the clothes clotheswhite olothe8whit clotheswhite
white whit in which whoh she shl wished to be buried buriedand burle buriedand
and asked olkf that none of her friends wear wearmourning wer wermourig wearmourning
mourning mourig at the funeral which will wl be b held heldfrom blld blldfrom heldfrom
from her home on Thursday Thurlay ThurlayHlRT ThursdayS
5 hURT HlRT IN CAR COLLISION COLLISIONOf
Of Madison dl on Avenue AVi1r and Second rld Avenue AvraneCars AvenueCars
Cars In Centre Street StreetA
A northbound Madison Madlln avenue aenuf car 1 No
983 ran Into an open opn switch swich at Leonard Leonardand Lonard Lonardond Leonardarid
and Centre streets Ilreet late lot night and net struck strucka truoka
a Bleeckcr Beker street stret horse horl car Before matters matterswere maters matersWfro matterswere
were straightened strllghtened out a Second avenue avenuecar avnueca avpnasear
car ca No 2272 also northbound came along alongand aong aongand alongand
and ran rln into the rear of the Madison Maetilon avenue avenuecar avenuecar avenuecar
car Injuring Injurng five fve people pople The To two electric electriccars elecrlo elecrloerB electriccars
cars erB were so battered that thRt it was wal Im Impossible Impossible Impossible ¬
possible to move them The emergency emergencycrew emergencycrew emergencycrew
crew cleared ceared the tracks tracll after nfer half hal an hours hourswork hourlIwork hourswork
work The To Injured people pople wore Samuel SamuelBlack SnmuelBlack SamuelBlack
Black Mrs lrA E Cohen and Mrs L Cohen Cohenof Cohonor
of 60 East EOlt 100th 100h street tlrt ct Herbert Pearson Pearsonof Iearton Ieartonof
of Third TIrd avenue Ivtnuo and all Twentieth Twentolh street and andMrs andMrs antiMrs
Mrs M J Williams Wlime of 325 32 East EiAtlth 117th street streetAll strot strotAl streetAll
All had contusions contuflons An ambulance nmbulnncRurKeon nmbulnncRurKeonatended surgeon surgeonattended surgeonattended
Al attended atended to them and they went home homeSteamship hOmlllanNhlp homeSteanahlp
Steamship llanNhlp Bostonian Oo tonlan Ilss 18 Ha a Close 011 Call Cal at atSea alSa atSea
Sea on July llly IB IBBOSTON II 15BOSTOU
BOSTON July 20 20Tho Tho Leyland Lylad Line Linesteamship Linete8shlp Linesteamship
steamship te8shlp Bostonian Copt Cpt Foote arrived arrivedhero arrlV arrivedhero >
hero this thll morning from Liverpool after ater a anarrow anarrlW anarrow
narrow escape e1p 5C5IC from collision collion with an ice iceberg Ic iceberg ¬
berg at sea a on July 13 The Tle starboard starboardquarter starboardqUftrtOt tarbod tarbodquarte
quarter quarte Just grazed graed t The Th berg brg was 00 00feot 00feet
feet ttt high and very vr long lonj
I LEO XIII XII DEAD DEADPopes DEADPopes DEADPopes
Popes Fight Against Against6IVES AgainstDeath AgainstDeath
Death Ends EndsGIVES EndsGIVES
GIVES FINAL BLESSING BLESSINGGalled BLESSINGCaled BLESSINGOaIIe
Galled Caled Cardinals to Him Just JustBefore JustBefore JustBefora
Before Death Game GameTHIS CamsTHIS OamoTHIS
THIS IS THE END END1 HE SAID SAIDCeremony SAIDCeremony SAIDCeremony
Ceremony of Tapping Forehead ForeheadWith ForeheadWith ForeheadWith
With Silver Slver Hammer Omitted OmittedCardinal Omited OmitedCanina OmittedCardinal
Canina Cardinal I Orrclla Orlla Calls Cal8 Peel Answer Answerand Answertand nlwlrl nlwlrland
and Getting Gottn No Response Rrponlf Hays Nat The ThnPope TI TIPope ThePope
Pope Is I Indeed Inrl Dead Deadolemn Solemn Cere Ceremony Cfre Cfrelon Ceremony ¬
mony lon of Preparing lrepaln5 the Head Pontiff Pontifffor Pontlr Pontlrror Pontifffor
for Burial OurlalDeatb Death Came as s He le De Desire Uf Ufaired Hesired ¬
sire aired It I With tll Ills Js Mind 1111 Clear CcarFnd CcarFndlad CicarEnti CicarEntiHad Kntl KntlHad
Had lad Been Olen Foreseen r ffn for Many 1lan Hours HoursSz 101rs 101rsSprlal hoursSpecial
Sprlal Special Sz > rr < a CuMr DespairS Dtpaltl In TUB TIB Su SuFrom SiK SiKFrom Sure SureFrom
From TUB TiE SUN SIN Correspondent Correpondrnt at A Ilome IlomeROME llme llmeROE flomellaMa
ROME July 20 20At At 404 41 oclock this after afternoon aflernoon afternoon ¬
noon according to the official ofclnl announce announcement announc announcment announcement ¬
ment Pope Leos Lo long struggle Itruggle with wih death deathcame death deathemt deathcame
came emt to its is inevitable end Ind S So < > many pro premature promallrf promature ¬
mature mallrf reports rfporll had been btfn circulated includ including IncllldIng including ¬
ing one On from nn official ofcil source lomcl earlier enrler in inthe Inthe irsthe
the day that th the thl first frst news wan al hardly hardlycredited haretlycrited hardlycredited
credited crited A half a dozen times tmfl within wihin wihinfornight a afortnight afortnight
fortnight fornight his hi physicIans plslclans and attendants nttendantBbelelved atendAnt8 atendAnt8beleh attendantsbeleived
belelved beleh that the fatal hour had come ooml hut buteach hutch huteach
each ch time tme his Inflexible will wi conquered conqueredphysical conquerf1phYllcal conqueretiphysical
physical disability dlAbily for the Ih moment until untilthere Intl untilthere
I there almost ah10lt grew rw up in Rome Rmf confidence confidencein
in his power to defy der the great destroyer dentroyerTonight dl1troYr dl1troYrTonight destroyerTonight
Tonight Catholic nlholc and I ne nonreligious nonreligiousRome nnreljtloul nnreljtloulRme nonreligiousRome
Rome Rme alike alke unite Inlto in respect rc ct for tire th brave braveand bravoanti
and devoted devolfl spirit Iplrl of tho grand grlnr old man manHis manHis manHis
His end was WA peaceful nclful undimmed by de delirium delrium dolirium ¬
lirium lrium an end in fact suoh Iuoh sue us 01 ho desired desiredThe rflJ rflJThf desiredThe
The clouds that eclipsed his mental faculties facultiesyesterday facultiesyesterday
Thf CIOldl thlt fclped hi raCUlt1S raCUlt1Sy8teroy
yesterday y8teroy drifted drifed away and Inet he hI bade hde a acalm aaIm acalm
calm farewell fRrew11 to those thOM about him with withfull Wi1 Wi1ful withfull
full ful knowledge knowlege that hl hll his last hour had come comeTnB fom fomTn comeTIlTS
TIlTS Tn DEATH DPATI SCENIC SCENICIt IC scEnaIt K KI
It I was WI II I oclock ocock when the final change changeIndicated Iha changeindicated o oInetlealef
Indicated Inetlealef Its iA approach The Th Iopo signi signified flgnl flgnlfpet signifled ¬
fled fpet to Mgr M r Aiigell Aujtel hi hlf his favorite foorio secretary secretarythat secretarythat fcretarythlt
that thlt he desired to speak Mgr r Angel Angelileaned Angel AngelItanfd Angelleaneti
leaned Itanfd over OVAI him but was wa > unable Inahl to hear heartho heartho hearthe
tho faint words that the Pope uttered ulrret A Asecond Aond Asecond
second ond time the dying man endeavored ndel oreet to tomake 10mRkf tomake
make mRkf himself hlm f understood nllprftool but hit failed flled His Hiseyes Is IstYf8 hiseyes
eyes tYf8 became blcamo anxious InxlouH but hiI with an evident evidentefforthis evidentefort evidenteffort
efforthis efort effort his third whisper whifppr Into Inlohl his attendants attendantscar altndant altndantllr
t car llr was WA comprehended comprehendedSofior comprehendcI <
Sofior Slor de Agucra the Spanish Ambassa Ambassador Ambla AmblaI AmbaissaI ¬
I I dor dol to the Vatican V tclln who was WIR on tho other otherside othrliete otherI
I side liete of the couch cOlch asked what the Pope Por said saidMgr MidI saidMgr
Mgr Angeli Anjtel instead Inlttld of replying rlplyinglhool shook his hishead hlAhla1 hishead
I head hla1 and dropped etroppd on his knees at the bed bedside bedside d dI ¬
side In prayer the ho expression In the thl dying dyingPontiffs fylng fylngPontfl dyingPontiffs
I Pontiffs Pontfl face showing Ihowln that thlt his hi request rpqlest had hadbeen haethfen hadbeen
been comprehended comprehendedA cmprehendNI cmprehendNIi
i A few minutes mlnllollotor later the Popes breathing breathingbecame brfathinghe breathingbecame
became he me most mOlt difficult difcult Dr I JJppnl Lapponi pponi ad administered admlnlstereet administered ¬
ministered pure pureoxygenhut oxygen but It ithrad had h d noefffct noefffctSigns no erft erftRijtO effect effectSigns
Signs RijtO of life le suddenly 6uddfny disappeared disappearedTho dipparI dipparIrhe
Tho Porms Pnpnl valet in alarm alIIm exclaimed exclaimedDoctor oxcnlmpet oxcnlmpetDnctor exclaimedfloctor
Doctor what is II it I t Is JI ho dead deadDr deadDr fd fdDr
Dr tapponl evidently pvlflently bolieved hlpvld wo 1 for forhe rorhI farha
he hI went to the door of the thl anteroom anteroomwhere antfroomwhnre anteroomwhere
where the Cardinals Cnrdlnall and ald prelates prlllll were wereosHambled wer werD1lmblf wereassembled
assembled D1lmblf His IR face flo was WIR so 10 full rul of grief griofthat Rrlofthat griefthat
that although Alhough ho did not speak Bfal hone Ihol as assembled a aImblfd assenshled ¬
sembled Imblfd believed I > leyed that the th end had ha come comeand comennd comeand
and crowded crowete Into the t he room and aet the th report reportspread Ipor Iporspred reportspread
spread spred through through the Vatican Vatcnn atlcan that thlt tho Pope Popewas Popewal Popewas
was wal dead deadCardinal deadCnrdl81 deadCardinal
Cardinal Cnrdl81 Vannutelli Vannlltl was among mon those thosewho IhoMwho thosewho
who entered He began hjta to repeat rept the theprayers thepmyem theprayers
prayers for the dying the others othol whpr whprIng whisperlag whisper whispering ¬
ing the responses rsponeel Presently Preltnty the Pope Popestirred POPI POPIItlrr Popestirred
stirred Itlrr his h pulse again beat bat and he hebreathed hBbrathAd hebreathed
breathed brathAd faintly f lntly but easily elly Nearly Nearly all allthoso 01 allthose
those thol in the room stole ItolB out quietly qlllt Iy and andthe anetth andthe
the th Pope Pop opened opntet his eyes eYM and aet presently presentlyto prefnllyt
to t the amazement of all he hI whlsperet whispered a awish awIsh awish
wish to t see 10 the Cardinals Once Oncf more morethey mor morthey morethey
they they all 8 came into the room and ad the Pope Popewhispered Pop Popewhispered
whispered whilprd an adieu aieu to each faoh of them themOKD thnm01J themoIJt
OKD 01J CtCREMONV CEREMONi OMITTED OMITTEDVatican omTED omTEDVatcan oMITTEDVatican
Vatican Vatcan officials ofc I say of tho last scene scenethat eCfne eCfnethat scenethat
that tho Popo was WI In a deep etfP coma cma all al day dayLife dayIMe dayLife
Life simply faded raetP away aW Y without wihout a rally or orincident orIncident orincident
incident incidentAbout IncidentAbllt incidentAbout
About Abllt an In hour after afer Dr Lapponl Lpponl pro pronounced pronounci pronounteti ¬
nounced nounci life lre extinct extno Cardinal Crdlnol Oreglia Oregla di diBanto etlBnto diSanto
Santo Bnto Stefano entered tho death chamber chamberto chabr chabrto
to perform the solemn Bolfmn ceremony cremony of offi officially of offidaIly ¬
daIly cialy verifying veriying his death dlath Ho lifted lfed the thecloth Iheoloth thecloth
cloth from tho face rae of the dead dea Pope Pop and andIn andIn andIn
In nn In impressive ImprelAlv voice volc called cale three times timesPeocl tmfs tmfsPeol timesPeed
Peed Peol answer Then in an impressive impressivevoice Impr0lvl Impr0lvlvoic Impressivevoice
voice voic he declared delarod The Pope Pop Is indeed indeeddead inded indeddeld indeeddeath
dead deadThe deld deldThl deathThe
The Thl old ceremony cremouy of striking trlkln the forehead foreheadof
of the dead Pontiff Ionllr three thre times tmes with wth a silver silverhammer slver slverh silverhammer
hammer h mmer was M not performed performedHONORS 1lrformll10N0t8 perforrnetiIlosona
HONORS 10N0t8 TO TUB TIG DEAD IEAD POrK POrKWhon roreWhen POPEWhen
When it wan WO realized rfaI1 d that thlt the tl last 1It breath breathhad brpnthhad breathshad
had Iwon btn drawn Dr II Lapponl closed cONI tho thoPopos thoPopo thePopos
Popos eyes eY and folded his hands hnd upon upn his hisbreast hi Irisbreast
breast Cardinal Cretlna VannuloHI annulol knelt at the thebecUIHe theb011110 thebecisihe
becUIHe b011110 and Intoned intonld the prayers prym for tho thodead thodld tiredead
dld dead those thOe present pront joining Joinng in the responses responsesIn IlpOf1 IlpOf1In
In broken voices volcll and some of them thor weep weeping weepIng weeping ¬
ing After tM the relatives rfIIUTII Cardinals CarlnlA di diplomatists dlplomatists I ¬
plomatists plomatlt nnd others othf had filed ff past plt the thobody thebody thebody
body each eah kissing klslng th the Popes Popo hand as a they
passed all al left the chamber chmbr except excpt the thenepBws thonep thenepiews
nepBws nep W of his hi Holiness Holnol Dr Lapponl LapponlCentra Lpponl LpponlCnt LapponiContra
Contra Cnt tho valet the th majordomo maoromo ant anttwo and andtwo andtwo
two members mombr of the Noble Guard Gur The Themajordomo Thomajoromo Themajordome
majordomo majoromo covered cver tho Popes Pops face fa with witha wth wtha
a line 1n white whit cloth and ItoOpet stooped to kiss kil the thidead thodad thedead
dead dad hand had weeping weping uncontrolledly uncontroledly mean meanwhile mMnwhle meanwhile
while whileImmediately whle whleImmeiatly whileImmediately
Immediately Immeiatly Cardinal Cdin Oreglia Orgla took tok ui uioffice up upomo upomce
office omo the Swiss Sw8 Guards Guard rendered rendord him hinsovereign him10Vraign himsovereign
10Vraign sovereign honors honrs accompanying ampanylng him In Itstate Inetat instate
state etat to t his hi apartments aptment Subsequently Subsequentlywhen Subquenty Subquentywhon
when he went to the Papal Papl apartments aptment to toverify toveriy toverify
verify veriy the death deth of the Pope Pop ha was W0 ac accompanied 0 0oompa anoompanted ¬
companied oompa d by ViceCamerlengo Posserlni Posserlniand Palorlnl Palorlnland Paseeriniand
and the clergy of the Apostolic Apetolo Chamber Chamberall
all wearing ang violet volet vestments vetment as a a sign of ofmourning ofmurnng ofmourning
mourning murnng They were accompanied acmpanied by bythe bythe bythe
the Noble Guard Parties Partes of the Swiss SwissGuard 8wlel 8wlelalaId SwissGuard
Guard alaId headed heaeet and closed the procession processionUpon proceslon proceslonUpn processionUpon
Upon Upn arriving ariving at tho entrance to t the thePapal thePapl thePapal
Papal Papl apartments apatmentl the party were met by bydignitaries bydigntaes bydignitaries
dignitaries digntaes of the Pontifical PontBoal Court Curt and nd the themasters them themasters
m masters ters of ceremonies cremonie After Afer entering the thechamber thechamber thechamber
chamber the door was wa closed cold and the the cero ceremony ceromny coremony ¬
mony mny of verification vriOcaton was performed performedAfterward prformed prformedAterward performedAfterward
robed in the theusual theUual theusual
Afterward Aterward the body by was robe
usual Uual vestments a white whIe cassock clc a crim crimson crm crmln crimson ¬
son ln velvet carnal emal a white whie calotte Clott and ad sash sashin Ih IhIn sashin
in the presence prsenc of Mgr Posaorini Pnserlnl Dr Lap Lapponi Lp Lppnl Lappen
poni pnl pen a notary not r of tho Apostolic Apstolo chamber chamberand chmber chmberand chamberand
and tho pontifical pnUOcal master Iter of ceremonies ceremoniesThe c monlla monlla1h8
The 1h8 body by wan Wa then laid lid upon upn a bed bE1 covered coveredwith cvtlrd cvtlrdwith coveredwith
with rod r damask dahlk cloth clothThe clothThe clothThe
The bud bet was wl then lifted ltP by eight sor sorvants or orvants orvant
vants vant and preceded preo and followed folo wo by torch torchbearcrH torh torhbarerK torchbearers
bearers barerK Noble Guards and Swiss Swis Guards Guardsand Guardsand Guardsand
and headed by the master mntr of ceremonies ceremoniesit crlroniC crlroniCIt
it was WI borne boro to the room whore Pius IX IXlay IXly IXlay
lay ly In state Four lighted lghted candles cndlf were wereplaced wer werplacet wereplaced
placed placet at each corner crMr of the bed bt Two TwoNoble TwoNoble TwoNoble
Noble Guards with wih swords IworO reversed rveled then thentook thentook thentook
took up the tho watch They Tey will wl be b relieved relievedfrom rlevf relievedfrom
from frm time tme to t time tme by others othll The To windows windowsof windowl windowlor
of the room rom were wtre curtained curalnNJ and the cham chamber chambfr chamher ¬
her bfr which IB hung with ith darkred arkre tapestries UpeetriesWOH taptres taptresWI
vas WI only lighted lghtd with candles And IN Wreaths Wreathsare Wrelth
are lre forbidden in accordance occrdano with pontifical pontificalTUP ponlO1 ponlO1crmony pontificalceremony
crmony crmonyTIE ceremony ceremonyTirhi
TUP TIE FUXEBAL FU E AL AUnANOKMKNTS AUnANOKMKNTSDrs
Drs 011 Mazzoni and Lnpponi will wi superin superintend Iuperln IuperlnIId superlnterel ¬
tend IId the embalming of the body after of tor whioh whiohit whih whihI
it I will wi he exposed expo8rln in the Hall Hal of the Noble NobleGuard XobloGuard NobleGuard
Guard for three thrf days during which time timemembers tlle tllemembelH linemembers
members membelH of the Papal Court Cllrt relatives rfIulvlt and uuda andrew
a few privileged prvlfgE1 persons porlonl will wi he allowed allowedto aluwpd aluwpdto
to see f it It I will wi then bo b placed plaed in the theChapel thoChlpel tireChapel
Chapel of the thl Sacrament Sacrlmfnt in St Peters Peterswhere PftrI Peterswhere
where the th public Pllhlo will wi be h allowed alow8et to take taken tokeIlaft
n Ilaft last look at the thl Pontiff Pontr The Noble ohlo Guard Guardwill GUlrd GUlrdwi Guardwill
will wi be b stationed statoned around arolld and Ind the Pontifical PontificalGuard Ponl16el PontificalGuard
Guard Culret will wi do mounted duty dutyOn dirtyOn
On the night of the third day the body bodywill bety betywi bodywill
will wi be h placed plllCel near nfRr the gate of the Capella Capelladel Capela Capeladel
del Choro Coro after oftlr which there thfrl will wi be h funeral funoralcoremonieii funnrMcremonlpalltig funeralcoremonieaasting
coremonieii cremonlpalltig coremonieaasting lastlng three thro days daysOFFICUli dayOFFICUli daysOFFICIAb
OFFICUli ANNOUNCEMENT ANNOUNCRIENT OP 01 DEATH DEATHAt DEATRAt DItATifAt
At the end pnet of the verification vrlfeaton ceremony ceremonythe crembny crembnytht ceremnnythe
the tht Protonotary Prtonotlr kneeling knelng read the folio rollwng rollwngofcal following followingofficial wing wingofficial
official ofcal account nconnt which he had h d drawn up upAt upAt
At 4 oclock in the afternoon aftrnoon of July 20
1001 101 his Most Reverend Rvernd Eminence Jmlnen the theCardinal to tinCardinal
Cardinal Carinal Camerlongo of tho Holy 10ly Roman RomanChurch RomanChurch
Church accompanied acmpanied by tire thl body of clerks clerksof clerksor clerksor
or the chamber ohambfr by Monsignor Monlljtnor tho Vice VicoCamerlongo VlceCmfrengo ViceCamorlengo
Camerlongo Cmfrengo by Monsignor the tb Auditor Auditorof Audior Audiorof
of the Apostolic ApoAtoto Chamber and by the Pro ProcuratorGeneral Pr Prcur ProcuratorGeneral ¬
curatorGeneral cur trGoneml and Ind two secretaries IocrtarlE and andtho andthe andthe
the Chancellors Chanclom of the Chamber Chamor repaired repairedto rpaird rpairdto
to the private prvale apartments aprtmentl of His Hil Holiness Holinessin 101ns 101nsIn
in one of which ho lit found fOlnl1 on on the thl death dtath bed bedhis bfd bfdhia bedhis
his Holinesss 101nfs body bodyHe bodyle bodylie
He le confirmed cnfrmod the loath of the Holy HolyFather HolyFather HolyFather
Father and recited recte tho prayers appro appropriate appropriate appropriato ¬
priate to tho occasion His Ie Eminence asked askedMgr nkr askedMgr
Mgr Ifr nisletti Master of the Chamber Chamblr for forthe forthe forthe
the onnuU8 annulua pisrotoriwa ril alCrul which was Wt mime immediately fmme fmmeetlately mimediatoly ¬
diately handed haeted to t the Cardinal Camerlcngo Camerlcngowho Camerlmgo Camerlmgowho
who received rIelvl > it in order to display it at the thefirst thetMt thefirst
first tMt congregation cngregaton of Cardinals CarlnnlR His iA Emi Eminence EmlnflIO Emineirco ¬
nence nflIO acknowledged to tho Master l8ler of the thoChamber theChamber tim timChamber
Chamber tho receipt of the ring ringThereupon ringThreupol ringLhnreupon
Thereupon Threupol at It the request rpqUt of the th most mosteminent mOlltnlinent mosteminent
eminent nlinent Camerlengo Cmprlmgo this thi solemn lolemn act wan wandrawn Wi Widrwn wasdrawn
drawn drwn up by Monsignor the Doyen OOYn of oftho ortho ofthe
tho College COIEgA of Protonotaries PrtonotArfS and was wassigned Wil WilHIKneet wassigned
signed by the lie Cardinal Cardial Camerlengo Cmrlengo other otherprelates otherprelatef otherlirelates
prelates prelatef and an two secret erpt ratat lclell rfc df rhtmbre rhtmbreof
of his hl Holiness Hotnfl as witnesses witnessesTho witneMpl witneMpl1he witnessesTlro
Tho 1he reading rading of this document concluded concludedthe
the function functon and Cardinal Crdinl Oreglia Ortgll with withdrew wih wihdrew withdrew ¬
drew to an adjoining adoining room and sent 8nt tele telegrams telegmm telegntms ¬
grams announcing the death deth to the absent absentCardinals Rblnt RblntCrdinls absentCardinals
Cardinals Crdinls who will wi later Iter receive rccllve instruc instructions inetriioions ¬
101 ions concerning concering tho plans plnnl for the thl Con Conclave Conclavo Conchive ¬
chive claveCardinal chiveCardinal
Cardinal Crdlnl Rampolla Itmpoll had meanwhile mCnwhlo per performed performed performed ¬
formed the last RI act of his hil Ministry MInstr by offi officially of offichilly ¬
chilly cllly sending notice not Ie of the death to the thediplomatist theetlplomallt thediplonsatists
diplomatist etlplomallt accredited nccrpdltP1 to the Vatican VaUcn the thoNunclosat tboNUlclotat theNunciosat
Nunclosat NUlclotat foreign courtsnnd cOlrtAllnd Cardinal CHretlnal Vicar VicarReppiglla VlmrRelpigll VicarRespiglia
Reppiglla Relpigll The latter Inter Immediately Immfetltf1ly directed directedthat dirflp1 dirflp1tht direct cii ciithat
tht that notices notces of the Popes death drth he printed printedand prlntpdand printedand
and affixed afxrd to tho doors doorl of all al the thl churches churchesin ehurchef
in Rome RomeThe HomeThe RomeThe
The Camerlengo has ordered orrfrfd thai all allvisitors al allvisitors
visitors vlorl be admitted Idmlted to the Vatican VatCn to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow when the first tnt congregation conlrtgaton of ofCardinals ofCardinals ofCardinals
Cardinals will wl be h held to take tale note of any anydirections ay aydlrfctlonl anydirections
dlrfctlonl directions the Pope may have h e left IAf respecting renpectingthe rp pclng pclngthe
the Conclave and to appoint a secretary secretaryof rcetary rcetaryof
of tho Consistorial Conllorlol Congregation Cngreation to replace replacethe fplco fplcothe replacethe
the late Mgr Volplni VolplniTo
To some Oml extent this tirl meeting will wi serve rve aa aaa l la asa
a measure mtMure of the strength Itrenjtlh of the parties partiesCardinal partel partelCrdnal partiesCardinal
Crdnal Cardinal Oregllaa Oreglll candidate cnndidat for the sec secretaryship lec lecrtaryhlp eecretaryship ¬
rtaryhlp retaryship is Mgr Gasparri G0forl while whlo Cardinal CardinalRampolla Crdinal CrdinalItmpln CardinalRampolla
Itmpln Rampolla support lupportl B Protonotary Protonotry Mgr MgrMnrini 1jr 1jrMarini MgrMarini
Marini MariniTho MariniTire MnriniTho
Tho great space IpO in front of the Vatican Vaticanrapidly Vaticn Vaticnrpidly Vaticanrapidly
rpidly rapidly filled fled with a great silent HIInt throng throngwho tong tongwho throngwho
who uncovered their heads beds when the death deathof deathof deathof
of his Holiness I0lnesM was wltInnouncld wltInnouncldCdinal announced announcedCardinal announcetiCardinal
Cardinal Cdinal Oroglia Orogl in now in stilt 111 control cntrol of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Vatican Vat 1111 functions rlnotlonR The Thf authority authoriy of ofCardinal orClrdln ofCardinal
Clrdln Cardinal I Rampolla Rmpola Papal Pnpl Secretary of ofStato ofStatn ofState
State nnd unc the other executive eXfclth ofllcere oncrl of ofthe orthe oftire
the Church C1rlh ceased Cnrd with the death enth of the theIopo thelope theIopo
Iopo lopeMore IopoMore IopoMore
More than twenty Cardinals rttlll were ad adTh ndThe adThe
Th The Irving lulnl Natlnnil Hank HankKeep laok laokKrp ilsakKeep
Keep Krp your o1r aenmnl rrOIII with Tnt lrvln Irvll Irvlripi National NationalRunic NMlo111 tlorrst tlorrstflank
Runic corner ore Chamber Chambea and llu hudson < l nn streets 81ro1 It I U Uare L Lisafe
safe are Rf conservative ronrvllvl and ant progressiveAilv
mltted mlte to the death chamber this t tnoon after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon A little Itto later lte the the body boy wax Wi given over overto oVlr oVlrt overto
to t the te embahnors embahnorsThe embhnoll emballnorsThe
The Te Fishermans Flhermans Ring the Pop Poposlnlgnla Poposlnlgnlaof ioptit Insignia Insigniaof
of office ofc was 18 removed from the dead Pon Pontiffs Pontls Pontiffs ¬
tiffs tls hand hali by Mgr Blsletl Bisletanc and handed to toCardinal toCrdinal toCardinal
Cardinal Crdinal Oreglia in whoso Wh00 custody it will willremain 11 willremain
remain rmin until unt it is l produced producd at the Con Conclave Conclave Condave ¬
clave dave
JI HIS LAST wonns wonnsAccording wonDI wonDIAordlng WOflflBAccording
According Aordlng to tho 0 Olrmlorc Oaseriatorc errcitorc Romano Romanotho Romanotho Romanothe
tho official ofcial Vatican Vatcan organ lrgon the Pope Pop re regained icgained
gained consciousness conscioUnOs during durng his hl last hours hoursand hour hourand hoursand
and recognizing ncognzlng that th t bite h end was W near nearcommended ncarcommendod nearcommended
commended tho interests of the Church Churh la laCardinal 10Ca toCardinal
Cardinal Ca 1 < 1 nal Oreglia Orjla Mgr Blslettl lslfttl head of oftho ofthe
tho Vatican Vatcn prelates pllatl begged ged the dying dyingPontiff dyingPontr dyingPontiff
Pontiff Pontr to bless blll them thln Leo Lo tried to raise raisehis ralo ralohl raisehis
his hl hand in benediction hnfdioton and whispered whisperedThis whlRperd whlRperdThis whisperedThis
This In the end Ho le touched tOllch et the hand handof hAndor handof
of each Iach of thone Ih08 present presentAbout pmlntAbut presentAbout
i iand
About Abut noon non his holiness JolnlM had a relapse rolapnand relopr relapseand
and was W8 again unconscious ullCnRlols Half an hour hourlatw hOlr I Ilater
later 1141 all al the the Cardinals Cn1n 11 assembled ulmblcet at his hisl hisbetiside 1 1llllde
l edstde llllde > At lM 13 oclock ocook it was WIt W thought thoughtthat Ihollghtthat thoughtthat
that he wars dying as I all the air III passages passageswere patags patagswere passageswere
were filled tled His Is nephews advanced and andrained andraied andraised
rained raied his hand hRnd The Poj Pope > e again became becamoconscious I1llo I1lloo11U becameconscious
o11U conscious and recognized rcgnized and blessed bleslll his hisrelatives hisrlatvfs hisrelatives
relatives relativesDr rlatvfs rlatvfsDr
Dr Muzzonl Ma znl went into the Vatican VatrRn VatrRnoolock at
3 oclock and remained rmllined for some time tme with withDr wt wiUDr
Dr Lapponi and Pio Contra CntrA the Popes Popesvalet Pops Popsvalet Popesvalet
valet the Cardinals the ante anteroom anteroom
CrdlJls retiring retrng to t ant antrom ¬
room rom At 350 35 oclock ocock there won W another anotherstruggle anotherstnlgglA anotherstruggle
struggle for breath and Cardinal CreUnal Oreglia Oregliawas < gln glnW
was W called calfd A few minutes mInuts later his Roll Holiness Rol Rollnoes ¬
ness neR quietly qulety expired retaining rtining conscious consciousness con8clol ¬ I
ness 1118 until Int the thl last Int moment momentROME momentRO momentROME
ROME RO ODSRRTKB THE TI END BNDWhen ENDWhen ND NDWhln
When Whln the death of the Pope Pop won W officially officiallyannounced ofca1y ofca1yannounced officiallyannounced
announced announced most mOlt of the shops IhopR in the Vatican Vaticanquarter Votcn Votcnquarter Vaticanquarter
quarter closed their doors but business b1ln businesscontinued a acontinued I Icontnutc
continued contnutc almost as al usual uIuol In other parts partaof pr partsof
of tho city cityThose cityThopo cityThose
Those present at the death 11tlth of his hil Holiness Holinesswere Holnt Holinesswere t r rweo
were weo Cardinal Crdinal Vannutelli VanuteU Sacristan Srist Pifferl PifferlCount Pltlr PltlrCOmt PifferlCount
Count COmt Camilla Clrlo Peed Pcci Dr Lapponl Lppnl and Pie PioCentra PieCentra PieCentre
Centra CentraTwo CentraTwo CentreTwo
Two companies cmpnlcl of Grenadiers Grenllrl arrived arlvM In Infront Infront infront
front of the Vatican Vlltcn shortly fhorty after artr 6 1 oclock oclockTheir ocok ocokThflr oclockTheir
Their Thflr services enl1 were wer entirely entrply unnecessary unnecessaryTho unnler
The To spectators lpcttOr were wer silent Blent and aet decorous decorousThe deroU decorousThe
The bells hell of St Peters Peterl were then the ringing ringingfor rigig rigigfor
for vespers Tpr as al usual usualAn UAI usualAn
An hour before bfrore the end an n ivory iory crucifix crucifixwas erclOs erclOsWAi
was WAi placed placld in the Popes hand hlnd where whn It Itstill ItsUI itstill
still sUI remains remainsThe rcmalnThf remainsThe
The Thf flags OaRI on the municipal mllnioipl bulldingawero buildings hul1ln buildingswere 1 1wer
were wer placed placf at half hal mast mat when tho news newI of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Popes POpI death denth was W81 received rlelvEl The Te con concerts cn cncertl concorts ¬
certs certl and other celebrations celebmtonl In honor of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Dowager Oowaper Queens Qnpln birthday hlrhetay were wtr at atonco Atonc atonce
once cancelled cancelledAmong cancoler cancelledAmong
Among several svtml versions vlndoDA of the last 1011 mo momenta momenta momeats ¬
menta of his hil Holiness Holn0 thornIs thore1 there Is one that thateays thatsays 4 481YI
says 81YI when he was bidding bletcng farewell far1 to to the theCardinals theCardinals 1 1CarlnJ
Cardinals CarlnJ he heTAptJy heyepeated1y reprotedly murmured murmur the thoword theword I i iwor
word wor Addio Hn motioned motono to to detain dntalnCardinal dtalnCrdInal detainCardinal
Cardinal CrdInal Oreglia Ogla and tittered uttrM words WOrA which whichwero whlCh whlChWfre whichwere
were Wfre understood undfl100d to bo To you YOI I com commend commlml cornmend ¬
mend mlml the Church ChurchITALYS Chlrh ChlrhITALYS ChurchITALYS
ITALYS NOTIOB NOTfF TO THE TiE VATICAN VATICANAs VATIAN VATIANAs VATICANAs
As soon as ollhe the fact of the death de lh was WI com communicated rm rmmlmleater cornnurnicated ¬
municated mlmleater to him Prime Prmn Minister Mlnlftr Zannr Zannrdclll FAnardelli nr nrdem
dclll issued 1lut precise prece instructions Inltrctons giiaron giiarontoeing gllra gllratocll guarantooiirg
toeing tocll moral and material matrIal liberty Ihry to t the thoprovisional theprviflonal theprovisional
provisional prviflonal ecclesiastical eoolllttCI government goverment and andperfect andprfect andperfect
perfect prfect security scurty for the liberty l > ry of the thoCardinals theCnlnals theCartlirrals
Cardinals CardinalsThe Cnlnals CnlnalsThe CartlirralsThe
The Prime Minister lini81er furthormoro flrthonoro ordered orderedthat orered oreredthnt orderedtlrat
that the theatres theatrR and other othrrllos places lacee of n ntertalnnfmt en entertainrnent m mlortaininont
lortaininont tertalnnfmt bo b closed Ho forbade forhae the thoplaying tbeplayng theplaying
playng playing of bands bandl in public publo places Jlacl and andauthorized ad adauthorizld andauthorized
authorized tho provincial Jrovlncol authorities authortes to toparticipate topartcipale toparticipate
participate partcipale in religious retjtiou8 functions funcIonl when wheninvited wheninvited he heInvied
invited Invied by ecclesiastics ecclesiasticsThe cccloAinlcl cccloAinlclThe
The Official Omctlt Gazelc publishes Pllhlshes an obituary obituaryof obitur obiturof
of tho Pope in its il unofficial unmcll columns It Itcontain I Icontll Itcontains
contain contll the following folowing noteworthy noteworhy sentence sentenceTho sntncl sentencelThe
The laborious lahoriolR pontificate pontificte of Leo Lo XIII XIIIwill XIIIwill
will wi siirvivn Ilrvhn in II history hlftor as al proof of tho au authority anthority U ¬
thority which the laws lws of the StAte 811to guar guarantee gmlr8nlM guarsates ¬
sates to tho exercise exercf of the thn supreme slprme re rellglous r rIginlA vs vsligIouii
llglous IginlA power powerTUB powfrTIR powerTiTS
TUB TIR POPES COUBAOE COUBAOEIXWDON CUAIR CUAIRJNION coWLACSLoNDoN
LoNDoN JNION July 21 21T 21The Thn Rome Rmfl OOITB OOITBspondont Ir Irspndonl ruorrespondant
spondont spndonl of the Timen TimclreCllg Timesrecalllng recalling the to serene noreneequanimity 8rno 8rnofqlnnirlty sereneequanimity
equanimity with which the Pope Pop during duringhis durig durigh duringhis
his h illness IneM await aWltod awaited the final Bon summons summonsenys luD luDI sumxnirssays
says I that no sign BIIn of impatience ImptenO ever ev b btrayed b tie tietrayed
trayed tror a weariness weane of living livingHis lving lvingls livingHis
His ls was wn tho courage that was W0 content cntt to towait t twalt towait
wait and endure cndur Have courage cuage Holy HolyFather Hl HlF HolyFather
Father F ther said Cardinal C rdlal Rampolla RpUa when whe tale taking tk tkInp taleing
ing Inp leave IMvl of tho tho Pope the other day Con Courage C Cal1 Conage
age al1 quericd 111frled his Holiness olnIM with wth gentlirony gentle Rtl RtlIrony gentleirony
irony have lnvo I not courage rurae It wan in indeed IndeP indeed
deed deP a quality qualt that th t he never lacked lackedTHE lako lakoTHE lackedTIlE
THE LAST DAY DAYCardinal nAYallnal8 j jcardInals
Cardinal allnal8 Ilnrrlrd Inrr hltirrlrdto r to the tb Popes Pop Derislilo DerisliloWirn Dedr Dedr1n fleatstiteThen
Then 1n the thl End nll Approached ApproachedFveeial Approlce Approlceftra ApproachedtpecfJ
Fveeial ftra Catto C N Despatch ncpacl to THE Tn Sm SmROME 51 51ROME ScmROME
ROME July 20 2A A change for the theworse thewnrl theworse
worse wnrl in in the Popos condition occurred oorr at
1130 130 thin morning mornl All AIIhe the Cardinals Crdlnll were weresummoned w werestrmmoncd re rellmmone
summoned llmmone and Ind hurried to the bedside bedsldsof bedl bedlof
of the Pontiff Pontil with wth high personages personagesof prSODgtB prSODgtBof
court All the CaijUntls CaijUntlswero Qtiiinalswere
of the pontifical pontitr1 Al Crlnl Crlnlwero
wero present Including Oreglia Oregll the dean deanof ettn ettnof cleanof
of the Sacred Scred College Colegj Rampolla Rmpol the thePaJI thePaJIScretr thePapirl thePapirlSecretary Papal PapalSecretary
Secretary Scretr of State Stle Vives y Tuto and Delia DeliaVolponnd DelI DellaVolpoand
Volponnd Volpand the Popes Pop two nephews nephewsAll nopheweAl
All Al were kneeling knolnj around the dying dyg Pon Pontiff PontI ¬ f ftiff
tiff tI They wore wor deeply doply moved but bt endeav endeavored endeavord endeavored ¬
ored ord to restrain rstrain their tho II emotions emoton In order not notto notto notto
to distress dlatrcRI the Popo whose whof mind appeared appearedto apprd apprdt
to t bo b still ItU fairly clear cler His Hi Holiness Holnes ad addronHod addrd addressed
dressed drd a few words wordl to t Cardinal Crdnl Oreglia Oregliawho Oregl Oregliawho
who will wi be in charge until ut tho election electon of a anew anew anew
new Pope intrusting intmstnR the interests Inwr of the thaChurch te teChllroh theChurch
Church to his hi care careAt Cr careAt
At 115 the thelope Pope was WI seized Iuet with wth a terrible terrtblafit fi fifit
fit of coughing ClKhlnl and ae seemed 11ome to collapse collapseA clap clapA I1 I1A
A slight lght rally raly followed folowed The utmost ox excitement oxclwrlt ¬ f fcltoinent
citement In and around the Vat Vatican ¬
clwrlt prevailed prvaiO I ad aroud at f fcan
ca can whore whor everything eyorthlnglfcmo overythlogasomod seomod to bo in con confusion cn cnflHlon confirsion ¬
fusion flHlon The To Cardinals Crlnall hogan h an to arrivo ArTf on onby onl one oneby
by one ole in tho the Vatican V tC equipages equipagesIt olulpBge8 olulpBge8II I IIt
It was wn announced anollncfl semlofflcially Iemlolclaly from fromthe fm fmIho fromthe
the Vatican Vatc at 1230 123 this thi afternoon aflernon that thatho thattho thathe
the ho Pope had been sinking Ilnklng much more morerapidly mor morrapidly morerapidly
rapidly nines 0 oclock this thll morning momlo It Itiras ItWISlt Itwas
iras WISlt not expected then that he would cur curdvo IU IUvlye curviva
viva the afternoon afternoonThn afternoonlire fernoon fernoon1h
lire bulletin Issued at atO1S atO1Sthis 015 015this
1h following folowing buletin was wnl IAsue atI5 atI5thlH
this morning morningDuring moring moringDuring morningDurring
During the tll night his hil Holiness 101nl8 slept lpt only onlyfor onlyfor onlyfor
for short Intervals Inlftll The general condl cndl

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